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'A Moonless, Starless Sky' tells the stories of the courageous figures who stand up to extremism

The New Yorker has made a habit of recruiting some of the finest war and foreign correspondents onto its staff. Dexter Filkins, Jon Lee Anderson, and William Finnegan are among those who have ventured far into dangerous territory in order to breathe life into stories which may otherwise have gone unreported. 

Alexis Okeowo, who was named a staff writer earlier

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